BAMC’s strategic goals

BAMC’s financial goal is to maximize the return to state and ultimately to the taxpayer and in this respect: (1) redeem the state guaranteed bonds issued to pay for the transferred assets, and (2) in addition, generate the required return on the initially invested equity by the Republic of Slovenia.

Mission of BAMC as defined in the Guidelines

BAMC’s mission is defined in the Guidelines and the Board of BAMC has in line with the mission adopted BAMC’s Key Objectives and Strategic Goals

  • Implement the measures to strengthen the stability of banks, adopted by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia.
  • Promote trust in the financial system and operate by the rules of the business-financial profession and the highest ethical management standards, avoiding any conflict of interest.
  • Implement a proactive, cooperative and holistic approach to the restructuring of companies.
  • Being an active asset owner.
  • Manage the assets in a way that would allow exiting at the best possible price.

 

Key objectives and strategic goals of BAMC

  • BAMC’s financial goal is to maximize the return to state and ultimately to the taxpayer and in this respect: (1) redeem the state guaranteed bonds issued to pay for the transferred assets, and (2) in addition, generate the required return on the initially invested equity by the Republic of Slovenia.
  • Consistent with the previous objective, act in the way which will aim to restructure companies when economically justifiable and to contribute to a renewal of sustainable activities in the property and other asset markets in Slovenia.
  • Manage assets intensively and invest in them so as to optimise their income-producing potential and disposal value
    For effective monitoring and reporting, the Government and BAMC have defined a set of Key Performance Indicators, so-called KPIs. These KPIs provide a starting point for BAMC’s strategic and financial planning.

 

Strategies to achieve goals

All BAMC’s activities are ultimately performed to adding value to the Republic of Slovenia. The framework below is a guide to the following description of BAMC’s strategies and strategic actions.

Valuation and exiting processes

BAMC has developed clear policies for how to ensure that its exit processes are competitive, professional and transparent.

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Asset management imperatives

BAMC maximizes the value of its claims by restructuring the debtors where this strategy is economically justified.

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Financing

Given the nature of its operations, BAMC is mostly debt financed, similarly as other distressed asset management companies in Europe.

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Organisational strategies

BAMC’s organisation and its organisational strategies are designed and chosen to effectively enable and support the execution of BAMC’s core value-adding processes and achievement of BAMC’s core strategic objectives.

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Stakeholder strategies

BAMC's mission defines BAMC as one of the Republic of Slovenia's tools to promote trust in the financial system and to enable and encourage long-term restructuring of the Slovenian economy.

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Termination strategy

BAMC's termination strategy will seek to prevent any fire-sale situations at the end of BAMC's mandate.

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Strategies to add value to managed assets

BAMC aims to become a Non-Performing Asset Manager of international standing, having a market value that exceeds the value of its assets.

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